Outdoor Advertising Media: SkyWriting

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I ran across this link to skywriters advertising the 1935 Chevrolet.

Skywriting was very common in the 1940’s and 50’s. Pepsi Cola sticks in
my memory.

Also, there was a Seattle company (anyone remember its name?) that
bought a bunch of WWII surplus searchlights and rented them out for
sales, grand openings, etc. Newspaper and radio ads told us to “follow
the searchlights to the best deals”.

Even more exciting on summer evenings was the Mobilgas blimp with the
Flying Red Horse flapping his wings across the sky in animated red neon.

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Dick Ellingson

Author: Dick Ellingson

Masked man and dogs aging gratefully in a little country town. Parcel post crusher; blood'n'guts laundry serf; parking lot fender bender; KC135 assembly line flunkie with 7-word job title; P-I down route crew; bobtail trucker; Sunbeam breader; retail store mangler; bothersome boiler roomie; fake real estate agent; d.j./copywriter/p.d./ripper/reader - 600 KGEZ Good Advertising, Kalispell; 1510 KURBizarre, Mountlake Terrace; 1540 & 92.5 KeepFeedingKemperFreeman, Bellevue; 1150 Kountry KAYO Number 1 Gun for Radio Fun, Seattle; 1300 KoMPaSs Radio 13 Modern Country, Seattle; 1360 KLFF Good Music and Great Memories, Glendale/Phoenix; 106.3 Concert 106 KONC Sun City; 1580 KCWW Real Country Network, Tempe/Phoenix. Volunteer P-I/Times reader for Evergreen Radio Reading Service at the Washington Talking Book & Braille Library, Seattle; dotcomboom day trader; King County Metro Bus Driver; Seattle Streetcar Operator. And in 2017, after living and outliving my diaper-clad dreams, retired at 78. Now 81 and now having fun!

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